Events & Art Openings
Greetings & Happy Spring!
We are thinking great ideas for MOM.
A bit about Rache Tribble…From installations that lit up the 1990’s alternative music club scene, and dark and controversial performance art, to the meditative surrealism she’s become renowned for today, Rachel Tribble has had a long and winding career path – to say the least.Rachel is a painter, jewelry designer, and artistic collaborator with many different companies and products. Her inspiring dream-like motifs demonstrate her unique talent and experiments in color and light.
See RachelTribble.com for more!
One Year in the New Building and 12 Years on the Planet Party
Some cool new art from Greg Neil, some smooth sultry tunes by Elizabeth Rose and a few libations etc etc at the BEST spa in DENVER!!! Help us celebrate awesome!! Really!!! Awesome!!! xoxoxoxo
November 6, 2015
Greg is an artist who works in all types of metal creating unique sculptures, wall hangings, furniture and lamps. With a background of over 20 years of metal fabrication, he has lent his talents to a more artistic nature.
His metal sculptures often repurpose metal from other objects such as automotive parts and other scrap. He transforms what is considered to be junk to others into beautiful forms that are enjoyed by many. They often take the shape of things in life he enjoys such as motorcycles, flowers, human forms, angels, and other plants in nature. They range from small desk top size pieces to large life-sized works.
His wall art is a bit more refined and typically uses new materials and explores the relationship of light and the viewer. He creates works that appear different depending on where you are standing in relationship to the piece. Using a variety of techniques of grinding and layering of colors, he is able to achieve this effect. Instead of using a paint or stain to get the desired colors, Greg uses a solvent based dye to apply the colors. Being translucent, they allow the light to travel through the colors to the aluminum sheet and reflect back through the colors for a stunning effect.
His lamps are true functional art works. Typically, a box lamp is built using aluminum, steel, or copper (or a combination of these metals) and then a “shade” is created using a variety of materials and then lighted from behind. The most popular lamps are made using Aspen tree leaves harvested in the Fall capturing the most intense colors our mountains have to offer and then used to create the “shade”. As the light pours through the Aspen leaves, a spectacular array of colors from the Fall season emerge.
As a self-taught artist, Greg has no formal training or education in Art. His extensive background in metal fabrication and vivid imagination bring to life his visions.
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Fine Art & Jazz
Friday, November 21, 2014
Our 2nd art opening! We will be featuring the Fine Art of Krista Shiner who hand painted our beautiful floors and bathrooms. Come out and see her other skills! The beautiful and talented Elizabeth Rose will be blessing us with her vivacious energetic songs while we drink wine and make merry before the onset of the holidays! 2 Great and talented ladies, 1 fabulous evening!
Our Official Grand RE-Opening Celebration & Art Opening
Friday, October 10, 2014
My one of regret in life, I didn’t tote a camera around sooner in life! The ability to blast through a 150 plus picture’s in one sitting was unheard of back when I started taking photos. I’ve always had an eye and a heart for the arts to some degree or another, but photography was my calling. I find my inspiration and influence comes from the works of Edward Colver, Ray Stevenson, Dennis Morris and Bob Gruen. I saw action as if I were there and movements and moments of privacy within their photographs that inspired me as a kid. From my humble beginnings where I smuggled in camera parts into music venues and crept around in cemeteries early in the mornings to now. All that I’ve learned was self-taught, no schooling, no degrees, just me and my camera. My goal is always to achieve the picture that says more than a thousand words!
A few pictures from a fun fun night!
A New Spirit Wellness Center & Spa
welcomes you to a new experience of a boutique day spa.
Located within walking distance from Sloans Lake Park, we deliver you a convenient, calm and relaxing space for you and your body to refocus, relax, and rejuvenate.
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A New Spirit Wellness Center resides in the historic Highland’s neighborhood, just blocks from some of Denver’s best neighborhoods, restaurants, and shopping centers. We offer customized bioactive treatments from our friendly and knowledgeable staff. We specialize in Couple’s Treatments, Floatation and all forms of massage as well as cutting edge facial treatments. We aim to make you a better you!
A New Spirit Wellness Center is the place to go in Denver, Colorado when you need to relax.
We sell only top notch skin care products like Sanitas and the luxurious anti-aging line Hydro Peptid! Our internal nutrition includes Sanitas, Isagenix and now Skoops from Boulder as well as a range of Onnit products such as Alpha Brain and Nu Mood.
A New Spirit provides a variety of body treatments, skincare, waxing, acupuncture and detoxification as well as our unique flotation tanks, which give our guests an opportunity to get rid of the stresses of everyday life in an Epsom salt bath.
Romance Package for Two
You will begin with big fuzzy robes in a romantic warm, aromatherpy footbath along with your choice of beverages and award winning chocolate truffles. After a moment to connect to your significant other, you will slide over to the tables to begin your luxurious 60 minute massage with a warm oil scalp massage, and followed by your choice of a silky body polish, detoxifying foot reflexology or relaxing mini facial.
2 hours $275